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Introducing our Own Selection Gavi

We’re excited to introduce our Own Selection Gavi. It’s made for us by Roberto and Aurora Sarotto, whose family have made wine on the same estate since 1870. Our own-label Gavi displays a profound purity of fruit and minerality – a delicious wine, just right for temperate spring evenings. Over on our blog, our Italy Buyer, Davy Żyw, gives his take on the wine.



Burgundy’s grapes: Pinot Noir

From Oregon to Burgundy, wine specialist Adam Holden talks us through the various guises of Pinot Noir. If you want to learn more about this notoriously fickle grape variety, Adam’s piece provides a handy introduction.


An offer on Louis Roederer Champagne

Louis Roederer is one of the great Champagne Houses. No other Grand Marque owns so many of its own vineyards. Roederer’s Brut Premier sets a benchmark for non-vintage Champagne. Masterful Chef de Cave, Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, crafts the wine from a meticulous blend of grape varieties, vineyards and vintages. We’re offering 20% off until Monday 8th March, while stocks last.


Our new At Home menu: Alsace

This week, we’d like to draw your attention to our Alsace At Home menu. Stewart Turner, our Michelin-trained chef, has prepared three delicious courses: tarte flambée with Munster and mâché salad; salmon en croûte with choucroute and grain mustard; and Mont Blanc aux marrons. You’ll also find wine recommendations from our expert Barbara Drew MW to complement the meal.


In conversation with Emeline Borie

Join Emeline Borie, from Ch. Grand-Puy-Lacoste, and Adam Holden for a closer look at the history of the château and the terroir of Pauillac. Emeline will also give you an idea of what to expect from the upcoming Bordeaux En Primeur release. It promises to be an insightful evening for lovers of Bordeaux.


Fine wine to drink now

Few things in life rival the enjoyment of a fine wine at its mature best. Many of the world’s great wines take years, if not decades, to reach their peak. We’ve put together a selection of fine Bordeaux, Champagne and other classics – each of which is drinking beautifully right now.



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